Atlantic recording artist, B.o.B celebrates the release of his sophomore album, “Strange Clouds” which arrives in stores and online today. Strange Clouds comes as a follow up to 2010’s Grammy-nominated, gold-certified debut album, “B.o.B Presents: The Adventures of Bobby Ray“, which spawned the multi-platinum hit singles such as:

  • Nothin’ On You (feat. Bruno Mars)
  • Airplanes (feat. Hayley Williams of Paramore)
  • Magic (feat. Rivers Cuomo)

Strange Clouds sees the Atlanta native pairing with the likes of T.I., Taylor Swift, Nicki Minaj, Ryan Tedder, Chris Brown, Trey Songz and more, with productions from Dr. Luke, Salaam Remi, Ryan Tedder and even B.o.B himself. The acclaimed MC has also joined forces with retailer Target for an exclusive, two-disc deluxe edition of the album, which includes five brand new, unreleased songs.


Heralding the release of his new album, B.o.B is already earning praise from critics including Entertainment Weekly, who praised B.o.B’s musical diversity saying, “The guy knows how to hang in nearly every sonic situation, and master it – just like a real rock star!” while The Source acknowledges that “…there are enough solo gems to show how much talented than the average Bobby Ray really is.”

B.O.B second single, “So Good” and third single “Both of Us”  (featuring the country starlet darling Taylor Swift) has captured the attention of many as the airplay on their radio stations have been on high rotation for both singles:

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Sweet! We’re already expecting to hear it on our local radio stations and watch it climb our Malaysian charts.

For more information, visit his official website or follow him via his Twitter account.

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